Emil Clément Lüth (b. 1990, Denmark) is a curator and entrepreneur based in Copenhagen. Besides having worked as Director of a gallery space in Copenhagen and collaborating with various art museums and institutions in Denmark on developing new formats and platforms for rising artistic talent and push the boundaries of interdisciplinarity, technology and experimental art projects. He has recently been part of the independent art library ARTOTEKET, worked as assistant to Director Nischal Oli at the Kathmandu Triennale 2017, as well as having engaged with, and worked at a range of international intercultural projects such as conferences, artfairs, exhibitions, performance-festivals, Arctic Art Forum in Russia and the Membership network of Europeana.eu. Currently a part of Kopenhagen.dk and the intl. organization Arts & Globalization.
Projects for EC1 24H:
Artist: Filip Vest
In 4 phases of artistic exploration, examination and cross-sectioning of different enthological concepts of therapy, both ancient and contemporary, the exhibition space will transform throughout the day and provide a transcendental frame for visitors and Birds alike.
13:00 – 15:00
Through objects, installation, drawings, video and recitation, the first phase will be an encounter with formerly ‘lost knowledge’. Profound earthly philosophies of therapy will be retrived and reflect on its modern scientific counterparts.
15:30 – 16:00
‘Breatharianism’ – Performance by Bird.
A series of Okinawan breathing exercises will unfold – higlighting an often underestimated facet of many historical therapy beliefs:
B r e a t h i n g. Furthermore hinting towards the radical belief of the Breatharianism dogma; sustaining life with only water, air & energy.
16:00 – 17:00
‘Spring Cleaning’ – Silent performance by Bird.
Before we all ascend to the last phase & Paradise: Club La Santa.
The Bird will purify and clean out the exhibition space in a meditative Hausfrau-intervention.
17:30 – 18:00
‘Club La Santa or The Odyssey of My Hips’ – Lecture performance by Filip Vest.
With hula hoops and sporty pace, Filip Vest reflects on his holiday to a sports resort through a coordinate system inspired by the American sociologist Joshua Meyrovitz.